Catching Up on our 150th Anniversary Coverage

We wanted to take a moment to thank all of our readers for following along with our 150th anniversary coverage. Over the last two weeks we have published a large number of posts, to make it easier on our readers, we have put together this list of links to our recent articles.

Battle of the Wilderness:

Death of a Hero by Meg Thompson

Question of the Week for May 5, 2014

Behind the Crest of the Ridge by Kristopher D. White

The Beginning of the End: Saunder’s Field by Kristopher D. White

Into the Widow Tapp Field by Kristopher D.White

Forgotten Casualty: James Longstreet Wounded in the Wilderness by Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White (two-part Series)

Death of Jenkins by Phill Greenwalt

Grant the Butcher by Chris Mackowski

Grant’s Command by Daniel Davis

Spotsylvania Court House:

The Slow Road South: The Battle of Todd’s Tavern by Kristopher D. White

The Turning Point of the War by Chris Mackowski

The Road to Spotsy by Chris Mackowski

A Walk Across Laurel Hill/Spindle Field by Chris Mackowski

“Run for our rail piles…..” The Fight for Laurel Hill by Kristopher D. White (two-part Series)

Warren’s Map by Chris Kolakowski

A Lull in the Fighting-May, 9 1864 by Kristopher D. White

Sedgwick’s Death

Killed in Action by Chris Kolakowski

“They couldn’t hit an elephant at this distance” by Kristopher D. White

My Own Spotsy Battlefield by Chris Mackowski

A Grand Charge: Emory Upton’s Assault on the Mule Shoe Salient, May 10, 1864 by Daniel Davis (two-part Series)

The Changing Face of War-May 10, 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House by Kristopher D. White

In Memory of Gen. Stevenson by Chris Mackowski

The First Day of Rain-May 11, 1864: An Excerpt from “A Season of Slaughter: The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House” by Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White (two-part Series)

The Fight for the Mule Shoe by Kristopher D. White (six-art Series)

Sunrise at the Mule Shoe by Chris Mackowski

Following in the Footsteps of the Assault on the Mule Shoe by Chris Mackowski

“He was decidedly the best officer from our state” by Phill Greenwalt

The Fight for Myers Hill-May 14, 1864 by Kristopher D. White

The 23rd USCT at Spotsylvania by Steward Henderson

 

Atlanta Campaign:

Snake Creek Gap, 150 Years Later by Lee White

Small but Savage: Dug Gap by Lee White

ECW Weekender: New Civil War Parks Around Dalton, Georgia by Lee White

Thrust to Atlanta by Chris Kolakowski

Hell Breaks Loose in Georgia: The Battle of Resaca by Lee White

Resaca the Cat at Resaca the Battle by Lee White

The Reddest of the Red, Shot at Resaca by Lee White

A Tale from Resaca by Lee White

 

Yellow Tavern:

The Battle of Yellow Tavern by Daniel Davis

 

New Market:

“Put the boys in, and may God forgive me for the order” by Phill Greenwalt

 

Our Symposium Update:

First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge— Theme: “The War in 1864″

 

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2 Responses to Catching Up on our 150th Anniversary Coverage

  1. John M says:

    A lot of excellent articles! Thanks!!

  2. sabers8th says:

    Reblogged this on 9 Months for the Union and commented:
    Excellent source for the Overland campaign 150th.

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